Do I have to renew my expired Philippine passport before applying for US Citizenship?

Question by sar: Do I have to renew my expired Philippine passport before applying for US Citizenship?
After 9 years living in the US, I am finally ready to acquire my US citizenship and possibly will send my application this coming December. However, my Philippine passport has expired last August 23rd. I am wondering if anyone of you here have applied with an expired passport recently. Or anybody who heard from someone that expired passport is OK. I can’t find anywhere (so far) that says it is OK to apply with an expired passport. Thank you for any help you can give.

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Answer by ibu guru
Never let your passport expire! The first thing you need to do is go to the nearest Philippines consulate and renew that passport. Immediately and urgently!

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One thought on “Do I have to renew my expired Philippine passport before applying for US Citizenship?

  1. allen w

    the answer is yes, you need to prove who you are. you can mail your passport to your country consulate or country for renewal. i know it only takes a few days in your country.

    get this done before applying for citizenship.

    go here for forms:

    http://www.immigration.gov.ph/

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